How adorable is the picture above? It’s part of Rolling Stone Magazine’s Fall TV special highlighting the upcoming season’s best characters and scene-stealers. The photo perfectly represents why “Glee’s” Chris Colfer was a perfect choice for the photo series.
Whoever thought of the bear daddy concept for the shoot was pure genius. Colfer’s facial reaction is dead-on. It’s exactly how I would’ve imagined his reaction would be if he stepped into leather bar. Those bears look like they haven’t eaten in months. They’re practically salivating at the thought of nibbling on Kurt’s preppy ass.
The second I wrote my crush on John Kloss last week, I knew immediately who my next crush would be. Unfortunately for that individual, I came across another hottie that made me forget him. Earlier this week, I wrote about an upcoming James Dean biopic that explores his sexuality. The actor chosen to portray the iconic actor was so stunningly hot, I had to highlight his sexy gorgeous ass.
Born November 4, 1987, James Preston started his rise to fame via modeling. As expected, his all-American good looks scored jobs with Abercrombie & Fitch and numerous clients. He was even lucky enough to work with famed photographer, Bruce Weber. In 2006, he discovered acting. Director David DeCoteau discovered Preston and cast him in his first movie “The Brotherhood 6: Initiation“, which is a horny gay man’s dream. Lots of half naked boys running around with no plot- glorified PG porn.
Alright. Someone’s going home tonight. Either Ragan or Hayden. If Hayden goes home, it’s a game changing move and I’m happy. As the episode commences, Ragan is chatting with Britney to ensure she sees the benefit to keeping him in the house over Hayden. She can’t win in the final two against any of those boys according Ragan, and the guy does a fantastic job of convincing her of that and laying down some good points. I’m thoroughly impressed with this guy. When he started playing the game a few weeks ago, he started playing the game. Anyway, so on his side, Britney advises Ragan to talk to Lane. So, he does. Ragan asks him the question, “What big bold move have you made in this game?” He’s challenging him to vote out Hayden and keep him in and he’s doing an excellent job at selling it!! When Lane thinks about it, he believes he can beat Ragan or Britney in the final two, but not the other boys.
After some Julie filler chat, we head over to the Jury House so we can catch up with Rachel, Kathy, Matt, and Brendon. We start off with Rachel reacting to Kathy’s arrival: “It was a diamond power of veto and now you’re evicted!!??? Ewwwwww!!!!!” Kathy and Rachel await the next person. It’s Matt. Kathy is a little sad about this, because of Matt’s wife being sick and him needing the money. Or so she thinks. They then watch the DVD to see how it all went down. When Rachel sees Brendon’s shaved head she thinks he looks hot, but Matt says he looks like a Penis. Rachel responds, “Matt, don’t mess with my man!” Hahaha, thank God I got my fix. Next up, Brendon shows up and Rachel is upset he didn’t make it but soon gets over it.
Next they hear the truth about Matt’s big lie…
Machete comes out today, and I had chance to cut the lines and check out the Quentin Tarantino-Robert Rodriguez “Grindhouse” type film yesterday. In case you don’t know, the film has tons of recognizable faces including, Jessica Alba, Michelle Rodriguez, Steven Seagal, Robert DeNiro, Linsday Lohan, Cheech Marin, Jeff Fahey, Rose McGowan, and more. The plot is that “after being betrayed by the organization who hired him, an ex-Federale launches a brutal rampage of revenge against his former boss.” His name? Machete.
The story revolves around Machete, played by Danny Trejo and he plays a former “Mexican Federale” turned renegade. After he runs into some trouble, Machete ventures out to do yard work in order to earn some cash. When he so desperately needs the money, a businessman and spin doctor shows up to save the day and needs his help. He tells Machete that the corrupt Senator is sending hundreds of illegal immigrants out of the country and to stop this, he needs Machete to kill the Senator in return for $150,000. He accepts, but we soon learn that it’s a set up, as you can expect. It turns out that the “spin doctor” set him up to make him look back and actually help the senators anti-immigration laws succeed.
This year, 2010, has been an epic year for literature picks as I have nailed it out of the park (and impressing even myself) in respect to selecting books that truly rock my world and challenge the way I view myself, love, and life. A bold statement, but it had to said. I should take a step back before I give myself too much credit as the latest novel I recently finished was largely based on a recommendation. While in Mexico this last spring for my girl Jenny’s wedding I got to know a lot of her friends from other facets of her life. A group of us were out enjoying a dinner as the sun was setting into the ocean and the conversation turned to reading (a personal favourite topic – I may have steered it in this direction). It was during this banter that Lindsay and I discussed The Book of Negroes, which led her to encourage me to pick up The Book Thief. Well, my friends, all I have to say to her now is thank-you.
The Book Thief, written by Markus Zusak, is one of those books that I will remember for the rest of my life. I know it feels like I have been saying that a lot throughout some of my recent book reviews; however, I assure you that each read is literally coming to par with the previous competition. Stemming from the New York Times Bestseller list, I had an inkling that this book was going to leave me spellbound, I just wasn’t prepared for it to leave me speechless.
It comes only once in a lifetime, and just our luck, we get to celebrate it. “Beverly Hills, 90210″ debuted 20 years ago in 1990, and it’s reboot 2 years ago on this very date. But the reason why, it’s “90210 Day” is not because of these premiere dates, but rather of today’s date, September 2, 2010. That’s right, ya’ll. It’s 9-02-10.
In honor of this completely random and coincidental fact, I’m asking our readers which cast members (new or old) are your favorites. Since the original series ran for several years, I’m not going to list every character but just the ones that made the most impact. Some of you might think the old cast is simply going to run away with this. But after two years, the new cast is coming into their own and could give them a run for their money. The reboot is getting so much better and with Teddy coming out this season, it could top the original.
To start the ball rolling, I’ll list off my favorites: Clare Arnold; Naomi Clark; Brenda Walsh; Dylan McKay; Valerie Malone; Liam Court; and Silver. Cast your votes below. I can’t wait to see which ones are you favorites. VOTE, VOTE, VOTE.
The CW just released a handful of videos for you to get to know each of the main characters prior to the series premiere on September 8th. The main characters from left to right are: Heather Hemmens, Matt Barr, Alyson Michalka, Robbie Jones and Ashley Tisdale.
Now, meet the characters…
About: Played by Alyson Michalka, she plays “a townie from Memphis, Tennessee. Described as “wicked smart”, she joins the Hellcats for a chance to continue her pre-law education after her mother “goofs up” and loses her scholarship.”
“How Rude,” that we never hear about her… Her two older sisters (Mary-Kate & Ashley) have completely practically ignored her (in my humble opinion). What’s her name? Elizabeth Olsen.
She steps into the limelight, now an actress, and acting in an indie drama called, “Martha Marcy May Marlene.” It also stars John Hawkes, Sarah Paulson, Hugh Dancy, and Brady Corbet. It’s about “a young woman who goes to live with her older sister after escaping from a cult led by Hawkes,” according to The Wrap.